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About this Item: Paperback Feb 22, 2010. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # BSNW9781144940216

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A. Hemantaranjan

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. The innovative theme of the International Treatise Series on “Advances in Plant Physiology”, Volume 12 “Physiological and Molecular Interventions for Crop Improvement under Changing Environments” has been especially edited for rational use by planners, scientists, investigators, academicians and postgraduate students. This book is an exceptional assimilation of timely, vital and inclusive twelve worthy reviews of varied significance, especially in view of the changing macro- and micro-climate influencing physiology of plants at all levels, contributed by true commitment of experienced, laudable and well-known scientists/ stalwarts all over the world. This is also strongly realized that there is with time more a need of united effort for the holistic development in the agricultural sciences, which absolutely depends on environmental situations. The threat of changing climate has imposed challenge to world scientists and their efforts in understanding reasons of yield reductions at physiological and molecular levels have been intensified. The consistent outcome are imparted with genetic engineers who have to now under the present circumstances exclusively identify, isolate and purify specific genes from DNA sequences befitting for development of tolerance mechanism in crop plants under changes of different degrees of intensity in environment. That is naturally the step wise long process having several pros and cons to arrive at any conclusion. Hence, the treatise series is the need of the hour and excellent source to disseminate meaningful distilled thoughts emerging out of extensive research which has due relevance for planning consequential basic strategic research besides direct help to the mankind. The intricacies of abiotic and biotic stresses on growth and development of plants have been understood in the last few decades. This book too is an endeavour to make aware the young workers to gain information on researches of basic and applied significance for extending consequential research of physiological and molecular approaches for crop improvement under changing environment. The manifold ideas on basic problems of the present and the future as well as resolutions, in part, have been consolidated which will be accomplished in subsequent volumes. 1 Responses of plants at molecular, biochemical and ultrastructural levels as influenced by UV-B radiation â€" Isabel Santos and Josà Manuel Almeida 2 Citrus mycorrhizal responses to abiotic stresses and polyamines â€" Qiang-Sheng Wu and Ying-Ning Zou 3 Divergent roles for the LEAFY gene product during the evolution of developmental transitions in plants â€" Lucas Cutri and Marcelo Carnier Dornelas 4 Ethylene control of grain development in the inferior spikelets of rice panicle â€" P.K. Mohapatra and Rashmi Panigrahi 5 Legume-rhizobia symbiosis: physiological and molecular approaches for crop improvement under environmental stress â€" A. Hemantaranjan 6 Physiological basis for realizing yield potentials in Groundnut â€" A. L. Singh 7 Heat stress and cadmium toxicity in higher plants: An overview â€" Kavita Shah and Sareeta Nahakpam 8 Growth response of medicinal plants to water stress â€" A Review â€" A. V. Vyas and Patel Nikita 9 Development of INM to harmonize with improved citrus production : Changing Scenario â€" A.K. Srivastava 10 Oxalate Degradation in Plants and Fungi: The Role of Manganese Enzymes â€" Enrique J. Baran 11 The role of polyamines during rhizogenesis â€" P. K. Pati, M. Sharma and P. K. Nagar 12 Plant responses to arsenic â€" A Review â€" A.V. Vyas and M.S. Dabhi Subject Index Printed Pages: 435. Seller Inventory # 63398

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A. Hemantaranjan

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book has been especially edited for rational use by planners, scientists, investigators, academicians and postgraduate students. This book is an exceptional assimilation of timely, vital and inclusive twelve worthy reviews of varied significance, especially in view of the changing macro- and micro-climate influencing physiology of plants at all levels, contributed by true commitment of experienced, laudable and well-known scientists/ stalwarts all over the world. This is also strongly realized that there is with time more a need of united effort for the holistic development in the agricultural sciences, which absolutely depends on environmental situations. The threat of changing climate has imposed challenge to world scientists and their efforts in understanding reasons of yield reductions at physiological and molecular levels have been intensified. The consistent outcome are imparted with genetic engineers who have to now under the present circumstances exclusively identify, isolate and purify specific genes from DNA sequences befitting for development of tolerance mechanism in crop plants under changes of different degrees of intensity in environment. That is naturally the step wise long process having several pros and cons to arrive at any conclusion. Hence, the treatise series is the need of the hour and excellent source to disseminate meaningful distilled thoughts emerging out of extensive research which has due relevance for planning consequential basic strategic research besides direct help to the mankind. The intricacies of abiotic and biotic stresses on growth and development of plants have been understood in the last few decades. This book too is an endeavour to make aware the young workers to gain information on researches of basic and applied significance for extending consequential research of physiological and molecular approaches for crop improvement under changing environment. The manifold ideas on basic problems of the present and the future as well as resolutions, in part, have been consolidated which will be accomplished in subsequent volumes. Contents: 1 Responses of plants at molecular, biochemical and ultrastructural levels as influenced by UV-B radiation - Isabel Santos and Josà Manuel Almeida 2 Citrus mycorrhizal responses to abiotic stresses and polyamines - Qiang-Sheng Wu and Ying-Ning Zou 3 Divergent roles for the LEAFY gene product during the evolution of developmental transitions in plants - Lucas Cutri and Marcelo Carnier Dornelas 4 Ethylene control of grain development in the inferior spikelets of rice panicle - P.K. Mohapatra and Rashmi Panigrahi 5 Legume-rhizobia symbiosis: physiological and molecular approaches for crop improvement under environmental stress - A. Hemantaranjan 6 Physiological basis for realizing yield potentials in Groundnut - A. L. Singh 7 Heat stress and cadmium toxicity in higher plants: An overview - Kavita Shah and Sareeta Nahakpam 8 Growth response of medicinal plants to water stress - A Review - A. V. Vyas and Patel Nikita 9 Development of INM to harmonize with improved citrus production : Changing Scenario - A.K. Srivastava 10 Oxalate Degradation in Plants and Fungi: The Role of Manganese Enzymes - Enrique J. Baran 11 The role of polyamines during rhizogenesis - P. K. Pati, M. Sharma and P. K. Nagar 12 Plant responses to arsenic - A Review - A.V. Vyas and M.S. Dabhi Subject Index Printed Pages: 431. Seller Inventory # 66018

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. The innovative theme of the International Treatise Series on “Advances in Plant Physiology”, Volume 12 “Physiological and Molecular Interventions for Crop Improvement under Changing Environments” has been especially edited for rational use by planners, scientists, investigators, academicians and postgraduate students. This book is an exceptional assimilation of timely, vital and inclusive twelve worthy reviews of varied significance, especially in view of the changing macro- and micro-climate influencing physiology of plants at all levels, contributed by true commitment of experienced, laudable and well-known scientists/ stalwarts all over the world. This is also strongly realized that there is with time more a need of united effort for the holistic development in the agricultural sciences, which absolutely depends on environmental situations. The threat of changing climate has imposed challenge to world scientists and their efforts in understanding reasons of yield reductions at physiological and molecular levels have been intensified. The consistent outcome are imparted with genetic engineers who have to now under the present circumstances exclusively identify, isolate and purify specific genes from DNA sequences befitting for development of tolerance mechanism in crop plants under changes of different degrees of intensity in environment. That is naturally the step wise long process having several pros and cons to arrive at any conclusion. Hence, the treatise series is the need of the hour and excellent source to disseminate meaningful distilled thoughts emerging out of extensive research which has due relevance for planning consequential basic strategic research besides direct help to the mankind. The intricacies of abiotic and biotic stresses on growth and development of plants have been understood in the last few decades. This book too is an endeavour to make aware the young workers to gain information on researches of basic and applied significance for extending consequential research of physiological and molecular approaches for crop improvement under changing environment. The manifold ideas on basic problems of the present and the future as well as resolutions, in part, have been consolidated which will be accomplished in subsequent volumes. 1 Responses of plants at molecular, biochemical and ultrastructural levels as influenced by UV-B radiation â€" Isabel Santos and Josà Manuel Almeida 2 Citrus mycorrhizal responses to abiotic stresses and polyamines â€" Qiang-Sheng Wu and Ying-Ning Zou 3 Divergent roles for the LEAFY gene product during the evolution of developmental transitions in plants â€" Lucas Cutri and Marcelo Carnier Dornelas 4 Ethylene control of grain development in the inferior spikelets of rice panicle â€" P.K. Mohapatra and Rashmi Panigrahi 5 Legume-rhizobia symbiosis: physiological and molecular approaches for crop improvement under environmental stress â€" A. Hemantaranjan 6 Physiological basis for realizing yield potentials in Groundnut â€" A. L. Singh 7 Heat stress and cadmium toxicity in higher plants: An overview â€" Kavita Shah and Sareeta Nahakpam 8 Growth response of medicinal plants to water stress â€" A Review â€" A. V. Vyas and Patel Nikita 9 Development of INM to harmonize with improved citrus production : Changing Scenario â€" A.K. Srivastava 10 Oxalate Degradation in Plants and Fungi: The Role of Manganese Enzymes â€" Enrique J. Baran 11 The role of polyamines during rhizogenesis â€" P. K. Pati, M. Sharma and P. K. Nagar 12 Plant responses to arsenic â€" A Review â€" A.V. Vyas and M.S. Dabhi Subject Index Printed Pages: 435. Seller Inventory # 63398

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book has been especially edited for rational use by planners, scientists, investigators, academicians and postgraduate students. This book is an exceptional assimilation of timely, vital and inclusive twelve worthy reviews of varied significance, especially in view of the changing macro- and micro-climate influencing physiology of plants at all levels, contributed by true commitment of experienced, laudable and well-known scientists/ stalwarts all over the world. This is also strongly realized that there is with time more a need of united effort for the holistic development in the agricultural sciences, which absolutely depends on environmental situations. The threat of changing climate has imposed challenge to world scientists and their efforts in understanding reasons of yield reductions at physiological and molecular levels have been intensified. The consistent outcome are imparted with genetic engineers who have to now under the present circumstances exclusively identify, isolate and purify specific genes from DNA sequences befitting for development of tolerance mechanism in crop plants under changes of different degrees of intensity in environment. That is naturally the step wise long process having several pros and cons to arrive at any conclusion. Hence, the treatise series is the need of the hour and excellent source to disseminate meaningful distilled thoughts emerging out of extensive research which has due relevance for planning consequential basic strategic research besides direct help to the mankind. The intricacies of abiotic and biotic stresses on growth and development of plants have been understood in the last few decades. This book too is an endeavour to make aware the young workers to gain information on researches of basic and applied significance for extending consequential research of physiological and molecular approaches for crop improvement under changing environment. The manifold ideas on basic problems of the present and the future as well as resolutions, in part, have been consolidated which will be accomplished in subsequent volumes. Contents: 1 Responses of plants at molecular, biochemical and ultrastructural levels as influenced by UV-B radiation - Isabel Santos and Josà Manuel Almeida 2 Citrus mycorrhizal responses to abiotic stresses and polyamines - Qiang-Sheng Wu and Ying-Ning Zou 3 Divergent roles for the LEAFY gene product during the evolution of developmental transitions in plants - Lucas Cutri and Marcelo Carnier Dornelas 4 Ethylene control of grain development in the inferior spikelets of rice panicle - P.K. Mohapatra and Rashmi Panigrahi 5 Legume-rhizobia symbiosis: physiological and molecular approaches for crop improvement under environmental stress - A. Hemantaranjan 6 Physiological basis for realizing yield potentials in Groundnut - A. L. Singh 7 Heat stress and cadmium toxicity in higher plants: An overview - Kavita Shah and Sareeta Nahakpam 8 Growth response of medicinal plants to water stress - A Review - A. V. Vyas and Patel Nikita 9 Development of INM to harmonize with improved citrus production : Changing Scenario - A.K. Srivastava 10 Oxalate Degradation in Plants and Fungi: The Role of Manganese Enzymes - Enrique J. Baran 11 The role of polyamines during rhizogenesis - P. K. Pati, M. Sharma and P. K. Nagar 12 Plant responses to arsenic - A Review - A.V. Vyas and M.S. Dabhi Subject Index Printed Pages: 431. Seller Inventory # 66018

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